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8 thoughts on “ Masta Ace - Disposable Arts (CD, Album)

  1. These songs, too short in supply, remain the album's saving grace because unlike so many of his colleagues, Ace isn't blinded by the light of his own ego. Compared to their blustery attitudes, Masta Ace's down-to-earth introspection prevents Disposable Arts from being disposable itself. Oliver Wang-- From URB Magazine/5(61).
  2. Disposable Arts begins with Ace’s character being release from prison and returning to his block, a metaphor for the five-year hiatus he took before returning to the rap game prior to this release. From there we follow Ace from BK to a college campus and ride with him as he leaves his hood in search of an education beyond the streets/5(61).
  3. Disposable Arts is the fourth album by Brownsville rapper Masta Ace, released on October 16th via JCOR Records. It included the single “Don’t Understand”. The project’s conception followed a.
  4. Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited Amazon's Masta Ace Store The instant classic Disposable Arts from finally gets a proper vinyl reissue on blue colored wax. Includes features and productions by the likes of Paul Nice, Jean Grae, Ayatollah, DJ JS-1, Domingo, Rah Digga and many more. 5/5(13).
  5. Disposable Arts is the fourth solo album by American rapper Masta Ace, his follow up album since Sittin' On Chrome ().
  6. Feb 28,  · Originally released in , ''Disposable Arts'' is a thematic/concept album by Brooklyn emcee Masta Ace. The concept follows that Masta Ace is .

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